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coming up at 6, ill have coming up at 6, ill have more on this investigation. inculuding what evidence can you expect to find from the shooting of the suspect. also breaking- developments in the ongoing police search-- that prompted two schools on the peninsula to go on up running after one of the passengers who jumped out of the car. we're just learning who was in that vehicle - and charges they now face. 10 on your side's liz kilmer joins us live in hampton. liz? the lockdowns were lifted here around 2 this afternoon - but that suspect - state police tell us - is still on the run. right now investigators are actively searching for him. only chopper 10 was overhead at the start of that search. you can see police with dogs searching a neighborhood about a half mile north of thomas nelson. again, we're told this all started when state police stopped a nissan altima that had
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on westbound i-64 around noon. during the stop - a white man in the backseat - who we're told is wanted for felony warrants - fled on foot, toward thomas nelson. both thomas nelson and odu's peninsula higher education center went on lockdown. we spoke with students - who say it was an alarming couple of hours. sot -- c2 tyler nelson - hours, in there doing nothing, i mean for the longest time it was so tense it was so quiet you couldn't say anything (runs :08) again we're told the suspect who fled - we don't know his name -is still on the run. meantime, police charged the driver of that vehicle - 19-year-old janelle quicho of newport news with reckless driving. another passenger, 21 year old dehjan williams, of newport news was charged with possession of marijuana an earlier alert sent out by the odu peninsula center stated that this was connected to a shooting investigation elsewhere-- we are
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case soc breaking news from virginia, where republican congressman scott rigell will not run for re-election in november. the 2nd district representative made the announcement today. he just wrapped up a news conference at his home. 16:33 virginia is very special and i will be forever grateful and humbled by the opportunity to have served for 6 years. rigell's term expires next january. breaking news from middlesex county. the scene of a deadly plane crash this afternoon. state police tell us they got a call from someone
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plane went down. police found an ultra light on the scene. we're told someone was dead inside. police are there now. we're working to get more information. to the weather now. it warmed up to a gorgeous day-- with sunny skies and highs in the 50's. but we are tracking some changes on the way for friday and this weekend. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs: upper-50s. winds: se 5-10 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. it was a beautiful day across hampton roads with plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will fall back into the upper-30s. we'll start with some sunshine tomorrow morning, the clouds will gradually fill in by midday. rain will start to spread across the region after 3 pm, so
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to warm into the upper- 50s. the rain will continue from friday night into early saturday morning....and by early, i mean before 7 am. saturday looks dry now - we'll be tracking a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-50s. for the past couple of days, we have been watching another potential storm system for sunday. our latest model runs are taking this system farther out to sea, so i've dropped highs in the mid-40s. we'll continue to monitor each model run and tailor the forecast as needed. tonight our continuing
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of a teenage motel employee in elizabeth city. we first told you about this case tuesday. the suspect was in court today. 10 on your side's andy fox was also there-- and joins us now with what read, lawyer assigned, next court date given. aeron etheridge arrived with a few other inmates, but he's the only one we wanted to talk to. (mug shot) aeron etheridge is accused of raping a 17 year motel clerk here in room 277 at the elizabeth city econolodge we asked him about that while entering court (10:48 2) ((mr. etheridge can you tell us what happened? yea f off. they say you raped her did you rape her? hell no)) runs: 07 elizabeth city police say the clerk was tricked by etheridge by brining toiletries to his room (3 13:09) ((" so she just time mr. etheridge jumped out from behind and closed and locked the door. and
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and rape her)) runs:11 (10:57 2) ((tell us what happened there's a guy named bg he raped her )) runs:05 we beeped out the name sgt felton says the eyewitnesses the video surveillance all point to one person mr. aeron etheridge)) runs: 08 we were there after etheridge made his first appearance on the charges (18:19 5) ((mr etheridge the reason why you were arrested the victim accused you . i say get the f out of my face)) runs:05 in court etheridge got court appointed attorney jay hollingsworth who advised his client not to talk (18:31 5) ((the victim says you were the one who attacked her." ...don't make any comment. we are your attorneys ..can you explain why you walked to your grand other's house?)) runs: 07 to your grand other's
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aeron etheridge will be back in court january 28th, he remains in jail on a $300,000 bond. a woman is in critical condition-- following a home invasion in portsmouth. she was shot last night inside a house on queen street, near london boulevard and martin luther king freeway. police say three suspects got into a car and drove off after the shooting. newport news police are trying to find who shot a 17-year-old boy. police found the victim on 18th street and ivy avenue. the bullet hit his back. we are still working to get more information from police. a man is in the hospital after a shooting in hampton. it happened around 9-30 last night on martha lee drive. police say his injuries are not considered life-threatening. detectives are investigating a motive and searching for a suspect. a man will spend 35 years behind bars for killing a popular bus driver on the eastern shore. michael press learned his sentence today, following his murder conviction in accomac county yesterday.
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press brutally beat leon harmon junior in november of 2014, then drive harmon home. that's where police found his body. in this follow-up, a final goodbye a fallen comrade. norfolk police will honor police dog krijger at a private memorial service next tuesday at the k-9 range. editor: use monday vo from brandi story a burial will follow at the garden of the pines pet cemetery in virginia beach. the public is welcome to pay their respects along the funeral procession route. krijger was shot by suspect --keith richardson-- during a standoff. richardson was taken off life support tuesday. the norfolk fire marshal's office is investigating what sparked a late night house fire. a viewer sent us this video. the fire broke out around 10:30 last night on st. louis avenue, off of lafayette boulevard. the red cross is helping the 3 people who live here. coming up on wavy news 10 at 5:30- just days after ten u-s navy sailors were held-- we're learning more about
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may have ended up in iranian waters. how the secretary of defense explains it. we're following feuding city officials in portsmouth. today we find out if the mayor's charge should have been a felony or a misdemeanor. three people finally hit the big bucks in powerball. no one in virginia hit the jackpot, but there is still plenty of money going
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the powerball frenzy ends with three lucky winners in three states. jackpot winning tickets were sold in california, florida and tennessee. they will split the nearly one point six billion dollars. although no billionaires were born last night in virginia -- there may be
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virginia beach the 7-eleven on lynnhaven parkway sold a million dollar ticket. another virginia beach 7-eleven sold a 100-thousand dollar winner. several 50-thousand dollar winning tickets were also sold across hampton roads. an academy award nominee has ties to hampton roads. mark ruffalo is up for best supporting actor for family moved to virginia beach where he spent most of his teen years. he graduated from first colonial high the award ceremony is set for february 27th at 7 p.m. read more about ruffalo in an on h-r- scene dot com. coming up on wavy news 10 - another turtle stunned from the cold. hear why it was brought to virginia beach for treatment. the inspection sticker arrest-- that turned into a felony charge against portsmouth's mayor. a lawyer from another city talks about why he thinks the charges-- sought by the
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i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it? joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away. get out of the past. get fios. 10 on your side continues to follow a developing story in portsmouth. we know mayor kenny wright was charged with felony eluding law
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that have happened? 10 on your side's jason marks spoke with a local attorney who says "no". jason no is right. felony eluding is usually used in high speed chases but even the sheriff says that wasn't the case. 01=1:04:53 "it's clear that the mayor and the sheriff aren't getting along" that feud was given an exclamation point after portsmouth city council met tuesday night. sheriff bill watson says he tried to tell mayor kenny wright his inspection sticker was 7 months expired. the mayor kept driving and started what he calls a slow speed chase. watson ended up charging wright with felony eluding. 01=1:02:01 "the mayor clearly disregard the sheriff" virginia beach attorney tim anderson has no horse in the race-- but he says even with the mayor's actions he should have never been charged with a felony-- because that's usually reserved for high speed chases. 01=1:02:20 "i suspect the magistrate heard evidence from the sheriff that he felt that he was endanger by the mayor driving off
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anderson says that would make the charge-- not a felony but a class two misdemeanor. 01=1:04:14 "as a defense attorney all you can do is try the case and argue that the section of the specific facts of this case" that doesn't change the fact that the mayor's car hadn't been inspected- and the he should have stopped. 01=1:04:57 "at the end of the day the sheriff is a law enforcement officer and if he puts his lights on in a motor vehicle you have to stop" the next time the was clearly being vindictive in what he was doing but he is enforcing a valid law in virginia and one we are all supposed to have" the mayor's attorney told us yesterday that he feels it wasn't a felony and he plans to fight it. he'll have his first chance when the case goes to court later this month. jason marks 10 on
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employees with norfolk public works went above and beyond the call of duty. this is a picture from their facebook page. you can see the man is holding a small kitten. the vactor truck crew rescued her from a storm drain yesterday. she was named stormy after where she was found and of course her stormy gray color. right now she is recovering at the norfolk animal care center. another sea turtle is recovering at the virginia aquarium and marine science center. the juvenile green turtle has been named rainier. it arrived yesterday. its the second cold-stunned turtle of the season, they're caring for. rainier came in with a body temperature of less than 50 degrees. kiptopeke state park sent the turtle here. the first turtle, named "petrified forest", arrived a little less than a week ago. that turtle is in
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anchors ad-lib toss tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs: upper-50s. winds: se 5-10 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. it was a beautiful day across hampton roads with plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with will fall back into the upper-30s. we'll start with some sunshine tomorrow morning, the clouds will gradually fill in by midday. rain will start to spread across the region after 3 pm, so your evening commute will be wet. despite more clouds continue from friday night into early saturday morning....and by early, i mean before 7 am. saturday looks dry now - we'll be tracking a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-50s. for the past couple of days, we have been watching another potential storm system for sunday. our latest model runs are taking this system farther out to sea, so i've dropped
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we'll continue to monitor each model run and tailor the forecast as needed. tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs: upper-50s. winds: se 5-10 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. it was a beautiful day across hampton roads with plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will fall back into the upper-30s. we'll start with some sunshine tomorrow morning, the clouds will gradually fill in by midday. rain will start to spread across the region after 3 pm, so your evening commute will be wet. despite more clouds and rain developing, temperatures will manage to warm into the upper- 50s. the rain will
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night into early saturday morning....and by early, i mean before 7 am. saturday looks dry now - we'll be tracking a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-50s. for the past couple of days, we have been watching another potential storm system for sunday. our latest model runs are taking this system farther out to sea, so i've dropped highs in the mid-40s. we'll continue to monitor each
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continue to monitor each
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coming up on wavy news 10 - a special ceremony at arlington national cemetery. how the military honored a tuskeegee airman-- presumed dead in world war two. then at five-thirty -- have you looked at your cell phone bill lately? you may want to give it another look -- after customers report record-high overage charges from all
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a tuskegee airman presumed dead in world war two was honored at arlington national cemetery this morning. second lieutenant samuel leftenant received full military honors. he was escorting bombers to austria in 19-45, when his plane collided with another u-s airman's plane. the other parachuted, and became a p-o-w, but leftenant was never heard from again. he was declared missing in action then declared dead in 19-46 because he was never found. he was posthumously awarded the air medal and a purple heart today. a report by a world anti-doping agency panel blames corruption for failure to stop a doping scandal in russia. the report says the international association of athletics must restructure to ensure corruption can't go unchecked. considerable blame was laid on the i-a-a-f council. the report on doping in russia also detailed a relationship between the i-a-a-f's former president and russian president vladimir putin.
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- new research found another reason to eat your daily dose of vegetables. plus - straight ahead at gop candidates are making their final pitches at
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a rare hurricane is churning right now 10 on your side chief meteorologit don slter is tracking this storm in the super dopller 10 weaher center tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs: upper-50s. winds: se 5-10 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. it was a beautiful day across hampton roads with plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-40s by 9 pm. sunshine tomorrow morning, the clouds will gradually fill in by midday. rain will start to spread across the region after 3 pm, so your evening commute will be wet. despite more clouds and rain developing, temperatures will manage to warm into the upper- 50s. the rain will continue from friday night into early saturday morning....and by early, i mean before 7 am. saturday looks dry now - we'll be trackinina mix watching another potential storm system for sunday. our latest model runs are taking this system farther out to sea, so i've dropped highs in the mid-40s. we'll
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